Those Constant Slipping Glasses....
What can be more annoying than glasses that are constantly slipping down your nose? It is not very attractive to have your glasses halfway down your nose. And it's not attractive to watch someone constantly push their glasses back into place either.
What Causes Glasses To Constantly Slip Down?
It's the law of gravity at work. The weight of the frames and lenses, even light-weight frames, can weigh several ounces. That is a lot of weight concentrated on the bridge of your nose, not only causing discomfort, pain, and dreaded nose dents, but this weight also causes your glasses to constantly slide down. there is a solution to this problem that I am thrilled to tell you about!
How To Stop Slipping Glasses
Believe it or not, you can put an end to those slipping glasses once and for all, AND prevent eyeglass pressure, pain, and nose dents at the same time, with one amazing eyeglass accessory. Introducing brand new, patented Bye-Bye Nose Dents eyeglass accessories.
Get ready to lift your glasses!
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How Does It Work?
Just slip these accessories onto the tips of your eyeglass earpieces. it creates a counter-balance that gently lifts your glasses off your nose which prevents nose dents, red marks, and keeps your glasses from slipping.
Will It Work For You?
Try this - gently press down on the tips of your eyeglass earpieces (behind your ears). Does this raise your glasses off your nose? If so, you should notice how comfortable that gentle lift makes your glasses. Plus, notice how that counterbalance will make it virtually impossible for your glasses to slide. Problem solved!
Say good bye to pain and discomfort, and hello to comfortable glasses when you use 'Bye-Bye Nose Dents' Eyeglass Accessories. Order yours now.
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What Our Customers Say:
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